A red carpet reporter got the name of Pharrell's film wrong and his face said it all.
Pharrell Williams was subjected to an embarrassing flub at last night’s Golden Globe Awards when a red carpet reporter got the name of his film wrong.
Williams was nominated for the Best Original Score prize for his work on the soundtrack to Hidden Figures. However, NBC correspondent Jenna Bush Hager – daughter of former President George W. Bush – asked him about “Hidden Fences”, an apparent confusion of Hidden Figures and another nominated film with a primarily black cast, Fences.
Watch a clip of Williams’ reaction to the slip-up below.
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